Cute Dog Has Silliest Reaction To Seeing Human Baby Sister For The First Time

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Cute dog meets her human sister for the first time. Her reaction will melt your heart! It is a mixture of so many emotions.

Zayla the dog has just gotten the surprise of a lifetime. She’s a big lummox with a kind heart, a furry disposition and an adorable look at life.

In this absolutely adorable moment, Zayla’s life flipped on her; in her case for the good.

Her family dynamic has just transformed for the better. it because Zayla, this absolutely cute pooch, has just been presented with her new baby sister.

The cute dog simply can’t get enough of her adorable baby sister.

The twist? The cute dog’s new sister isn’t a puppy but a newborn human baby. Turn to the next page a cute dog react funny to upon seeing his newborn human sister.

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  1. NOT her “sister.” The dog is not their daughter. They are her owners. She is their pet. If the little girl is the dog’s sister, then the woman just gave birth to a dog.

  2. animals recognise babies and sheknows how newborn she is, so she is being very cautious, where as a lab would just lick her..

  3. This is so sweet. I would love to see a later video, as I’m sure this dog will soon become the baby’s fiercest protector. My daughter’s cats had a similar reaction to the new baby in the house. After about a year, they were all playing together and taking naps together. The cats learned to LOVE that baby. The cats don’t like to be picked up by adults, but the child (who is five now) can pick up the cats and tote them all over the house and the cats don’t resist at all.

  4. As I sincere lover of animals, I have to question some of this stuff. I’ve had as many as four dogs, but always at least two all of my life and I’m an old lady! I LOVE my dogs. I’ve had many cats. Haven’t had to buy but one of these friends and that one was from a box in a small fair in Hawaii — the last one in a litter. Think he cost us $2.00. I grew up with my horse, Misty, and we rode a million miles together on beautiful Oregon land. She ate regular ol’ hay and a little bit of oats and was full of life and vigor. What a friend she was to me. I have always had a horse or two since four years’ ago. All of my dogs/cats were indoor/outdoor, healthy, kept warm, safe, well fed and added years to my life because of their love and devotion. Two sit at my side as I write this and they will jump on my bed with me tonight and we’ll sleep cozy together. How they love to protect and comfort me! However, I have noticed a shift in the way this new generation feels and the way we act toward our beautiful pets. All animals should be treated with utmost respect and kindness, all over the world. They are gifts from God. However, these days it has gotten kind of silly with how people talk about them as ‘their’ children. And, they often are a replacement for a child, and this, too, I can understand especially with extremely lonely people. They all cross over a ‘rainbow bridge’ when they die these days — all the cute sayings. All I know is God created them and God will be fair and loving toward them at the end, too. I’ve been blessed to have gone on nine medical mission trips to third world countries and see how animals are treated in these countries and the sadness that comes over me is beyond words. But, these people are often in survival mode. All this say — since I also have worked for years at a Big Block store – that it almost seems disrespectful to people and animals in general because of the billions of bucks we put out on our animals in this country and how many are treated better than the millions of orphans in the U.S. alone — not counting foster children, older people who are so alone, etc. There needs to be a balancing act. While I take great care of my animals and always have, the one who lived the longest was Lady Jane — another rescue. I was a child and she lived 16 years on cheap Skippy dog food and was happy and healthy and was such a wonderful friend. At that time, Skippy was the best we could do with both parents working one or more jobs each just so my brother and I could have a safe home and good educations. Lady Jane didn’t mind at all! I didn’t miss out on all the ‘treats’ that today’s children have on a daily basis, either. I believe it has gone overboard as this generation gets more into ‘themselves’ and begin to idolize things that make them personally happy. It has become ‘about me’ — and so many people forget how rich even we who are on fixed incomes in America are, not even taking into account the billions spent on the finest foods, etc. for our lovely pets. Just my take on it.

    • I love animals and yes, they are part of the family. But the vet industry has become very commercialized, just like greeting cards for EVERY OCCASION, and every other thing called “stuff” in our society. Many animals are treated better than people — sad.

    • I agree there needs to be a balance. The older generation knows this because their lives were different growing up. Today young people idolize certain things like their pets. It is sad when the pet becomes the center of their lives. It is great to have a pet they can enrich their lives but they need to think out of the box and realize their are people like you say are suffering. I really don’t think they understand, because they have been given everything.

  5. Thanks for saying that, Bob. It annoys me, too. I have two dogs, and a cat. I also have a daughter. They are not related.

  6. You go to a hospital, hopefully to give birth to your baby. You also go out and adopt a pet. You take care of both of them. So giving birth or adopting a pet I see no difference in playing with both and I see nothing wrong with petting, talking and loving either one. Your hate and/or annoyance of referring to both as your kids , well, makes my skin crawl. I grew up with dogs, cats and birds. Get some love in your hearts.

  7. To all you trolls who apparently find the idea of humans relating to their furry family members as their “babies” Instead of being annoyed or upset, why don’t you just stay away from these kind of posts? My guess is the opportunity to be a spoiler, complainer and nay-sayer is just too much for you to resist. News flash for all of you – how we treat our four-legged miracles of God’s Love, is quite frankly none of your business and we could not care less about your thoughts or opinions. So just do yourself and everyone else a favor and go back to your Dark Cave of a life and STFU.

  8. Oh how we love to create a tempest in a tea pot! What someone wants to define their own household in none of anyone else’s business!! I get what some are saying, and that is how you view this. Yes, Sonnie, we need to take better care of orphans and fosters and Oldsters.

    The love that is shown in the inclusion of a living creature into that family’s love will spill over into the world. The taking care of those who are vulnerable and abandoned will come out from this love.

    For all you critics: a dog is the only creature on this earth who will love you more than they love themselves. For dog people, that is what we live with, for those who do not live with a dog, you may never know this.

  9. Oh, for Pete sake, leave the pet lovers alone, and stop making them part of your negative existence. If they want to call their pet their little boy or little girl, so what. Get a life

  10. Please don’t put people down for loving their animals as family. As far as I’m concerned they love unconditionally which is more than most people do. They won’t backstab, hate, or murder. They a don’t threaten us with nuclear capabilities. They are not prejudiced against anyone. Perhaps the human race could learn few things from them. God made them for us to enjoy.

  11. This is just plain stupid. One snap and the baby’s nose is gone. Then the dog pays the ultimate price. It’s just not the way to introduce a dog to a new baby in the house. Please…do some research before you do this.

  12. That dog totally understood his place in the hierarchy as soon as he met that baby. He was respectful and sweet, and they can call him a brother, sister, whatever. I have six kids, ten grandchildren, a dog, a cat and a bird. I love them all. Obviously humans outrank pets, but do we even need to have that conversation?! Sheesh, people!

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